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Kunze - Technology Brewing and Malting

Postby Brandon » Fri May 06, 2016 10:48 am

Technology Brewing and Malting (English Version)
Price: 149,00€ inkl. 7% MwSt., zuzügl. Versandkosten
Autor: Wolfgang Kunze
ISBN: 978-3-921690-77-2
Auflage: 5th revised English Edition, August 2014, 960 Pages, Hardcover

Link: https://www.vlb-berlin.org/en/technolog ... nd-malting

Table of Contents: https://www.vlb-berlin.org/sites/defaul ... ontent.pdf

The book – in brewers’ circles well-known as just the “Kunze”– has accompanied countless brewers and maltsters on their way into and through the professional practice since its first edition in 1961. Meanwhile more than 30,000 German, about 13,000 English, 6000 Chinese, 3500 Russian and 1500 Spanish copies have been printed. It has also been translated into Polish, Serbian and Hungarian. The 5th English Edition has been revised, partly updated and has been upgraded with a new modern layout. It contains 960 pages with more than 850 figures.

Contents

Raw materials: Barley, hops, water, yeast, adjuncts
Malt production
Wort production
Beer production: Fermention, maturation, filtration, stabilisation
Filling the beer: One-way/returnable glass bottles, PET, cans, kegs
Cleaning and disinfection
Finished beer: Ingredients, beer types, quality
Small scale brewing
Waste disposal and the environment
Energy management in the brewery and malting
Automation and plant planning

The Author
Wolfgang Kunze, born in 1926, is a qualified brewer and maltster and studied brewing engineering at the VLB Berlin. For 38 years, he was a teacher and head of the Dresden Brewer’s School and introduced generations of young brewers and maltsters to the art of beer brewing. His comprehensive knowledge and didactic experience, which he vividly conveys in his book, have made “Technology Brewing and Malting” over the last 50 years to what it is today: a standard work – worldwide.
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Re: Kunze - Technology Brewing and Malting

Postby Ancient Abbey » Fri Jul 22, 2016 7:06 am

:tu
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Re: Kunze - Technology Brewing and Malting

Postby Ancient Abbey » Sat Jul 23, 2016 10:45 pm

:tb
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Re: Kunze - Technology Brewing and Malting

Postby Big Monk » Sat Jul 23, 2016 10:53 pm

"I think he's doing the Belgian thumbs up move too much."
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Kunze - Technology Brewing and Malting

Postby Ancient Abbey » Sat Jul 23, 2016 11:02 pm

Whom are you quoting?
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Re: Kunze - Technology Brewing and Malting

Postby Big Monk » Sun Jul 24, 2016 6:26 am

It's just a joke quote from the movie "Knocked Up". Playful jest!
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Re: Kunze - Technology Brewing and Malting

Postby Brandon » Sun Jul 24, 2016 8:42 am

Big Monk wrote:It's just a joke quote from the movie "Knocked Up". Playful jest!


Uh oh...I may have to remove it. It's invading our German purity. :)
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Re: Kunze - Technology Brewing and Malting

Postby Ancient Abbey » Sun Jul 24, 2016 9:16 am

IDK, I had a Wittekerke Belgian witbier this week. It was extremely pale in color and had a strong odor of sulfite and white wine. We may not be the only ones who mitigate DO problems with scavengers. That, or they have a phenolic positive strain of ale yeast that excretes sulfites like a lager yeast..... :tb
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